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Sharing policies and approaches aimed at tackling employment obstacles faced by adults with mental health issues
What do we want to achieve by implementing the project:
Motivated by a common goal, four partners from three EU countries aspire to facilitate employment opportunities in the digital era for adults with mental health problems. Their aim is to share inspiring practices from Belgium, Greece, and Italy with adults diagnosed with bipolar disorder or ADHD and their family caregivers. Additionally, they seek to create the
"Comprehensive Guide to Meaningful Employment for Adults with Mental Health Challenges".
What activities we are going to implement:
We have planned three learning activities in Belgium, Greece, and Italy to enhance the employability of adults with mental health issues. Additionally, we will create a Comprehensive Guide to Meaningful Employment for Adults with Mental Health
Challenges. To increase awareness about our project, we will organize four National Awareness Events in each country to coincide with World Mental Health Day. Furthermore, we will conduct a communication campaign to promote the project.
What results do we expect to have:
Share4Employment aims to increase awareness about the transition to meaningful employment for adults who live with mental health problems and their caregivers. Additionally, the project will benefit partner organizations in various ways, such
as establishing a sustainable network that focuses on enhancing the work life of individuals with bipolar disorder or ADHD and their caregivers, as well as facilitating their involvement in European projects and leveraging the experience of other partners.
Project code: 2023-1-BE01-KA210-ADU-000165032
AEF reference: 23PSA0021
Starting date: 12/11/2023
Duration: 14 months
Closing date: 11/01/2025
Exchanging good practices in e-health care for adults with Parkinson’s and their family caregivers in Europe
The project E-Care4PD is born to provide solutions and bet on technology, digital content and good practices as facilitating tools to contribute to the well-being and improvement of the quality of life of many people.
The central axes of the project will be:
Awareness of Parkinson´s Disease for the general population.
Advocacy for adults living with Parkinson's
Training in treatments promoting the use of technology to provide therapy through telemedicine, encouraging independent living for patients at home.
Supporting carers through education and counselling.
The Erasmus+ project, entitled “Sharing Good practices for Brain Education in Europe” (Share4Brain) will draw the attention of the academic and general public as well as relevant state institutions to the importance of the development of basic and clinical research in neuroscience to ensure better prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of neurological and psychiatric disorders. The Share4Brain project aims to unite patients, brain researchers, scientists, clinicians and carers at a national level and to provide them with the skills and knowledge necessary to promote brain research and raise awareness about the societal impact of brain diseases.
The Share4Brain project lasted until the end of November 2021.
The main mission of the Erasmus+ KA2 "ADHD-CARE" project is to offer knowledge for the psychoeducation for people with ADHD and highlight the importance of increasing the support to carers of people with ADHD with the ultimate goal of improving the lives of adult Europeans living with a brain disorder, such as ADHD. We aim to facilitate also the exchange of good practices on successful ADHD Campaigns in Belgium, Cyprus, Greece, Serbia, Turkey and beyond.
Start: 01-12-2019 - End: 31-05-2021
Project Reference: 2019-1-RS01-KA204-000910